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Priyanka Chopra Jonas, left, and husband Nick Jonas attend the world premiere of "Chasing Happiness," in Los Angeles on June 3, 2019.

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas welcome first child

“We are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate,” the couple’s statement said.

The US Department of Justice seal.

Texas man charged with election threats to Georgia officials

The Justice Department said Friday that a Texas man has been arrested on charges of posting threatening messages on Craigslist about killing government officials in Georgia following the 2020 election.

Supreme Court denies abortion providers’ request to return Texas law to US judge

The Supreme Court denied a request from abortion providers Thursday to send Texas’s restrictive abortion law back to a district judge who had once stopped it, and dissenting liberal justices said the court was complicit in allowing an “unconstitutional chill on abortion care.”

A voter cast a ballot at a polling place in Norcross, Ga., on Nov. 3, 2020.

Texas man charged with threatening election, government officials in Georgia

In an indictment, federal prosecutors alleged that Chad Christopher Stark, 54, posted a message on Craigslist on Jan. 5, 2021, saying it was "time to kill" an official, whose name is not included in the court documents.

Anti-vaccine activists, reveling in their pandemic successes, will rally in D.C. against mandates

As anti-vaccine activists from across the country prepare to gather on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday, they are hoping their rally will mark a once-fringe movement’s arrival as a lasting force in American society.

Anjanette Young and supporters gathered at Daley Plaza in Chicago after marching from Federal Plaza to commemorate the National Day of Protests on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021.

Chicago Black woman settles with city after being restrained naked by police in 2019

A Black woman who settled with the city of Chicago for nearly $3 million after she was handcuffed while naked by police officers during a botched raid of her home says “there’s no amount of money that will right this wrong” and that changes are needed to the Chicago Police Department.

Healthcare workers treated a patient on the COVID-19 ICU floor of the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Memorial Hospital in Worcester, Mass., on Monday, Dec. 27, 2021.

2nd top Rhode Island health official announces resignation

Just days after the director of Rhode Island’s Department of Health announced her resignation, the agency’s deputy director announced that he, too, is leaving.

The three Minneapolis police officers under trial, J. Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao, have been broadly charged with depriving Floyd of his civil rights while acting under government authority.

Jury in federal trial in Floyd killing appears mostly white

A jury of 18 people who appeared mostly white was picked Thursday for the federal trial of three Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd’s killing, a case that the judge told potential jurors has “absolutely nothing” to do with race.